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Suzi Spies

A classic silent film will soon be playing in San Antonio, but this version will have a twist. The twist was provided by the band the Invincible Czars.

(To hear Invincible Czars, hit "listen” above)

So what makes them so invincible?

“Ha! Good question," says founder Josh Robbins. "Well, we seem to keep going no matter what gets thrown at us. The band has existed for 12 years.”

Educators are calling for changes, but two of the nation’s largest academic publishers are holding firm on how climate science has been presented in textbooks set to be approved by the Texas State Board of Education next week. 

Andy Bally

The San Antonio Potter’s Guild is about to hold their annual Clay Festival.  First, in case you don’t know who they are, here’s Linda Perez to explain.

“The Potter’s Guild is a group of ceramic enthusiasts who mostly are potters, or, ceramic artists in the greater San Antonio area.”

They have an event coming up — the Clay Festival.

“We do! It will be held Nov. 22, in conjunction with the San Antonio Museum of Art. Museum members, and children 12 and under, are free, and non-members will pay $5.”

Admission to the Clay Festival also gets you into the museum.

The White House

President Obama says he will act alone on immigration reform, but Republican leadership says that would poison the well of cooperation down the road. 

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Late last month the U.S. Department of Education revised rules in its Higher Education Act of 1965, to force most for-profit colleges to ensure graduates are prepared for "gainful employment in a recognized occupation."

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